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22 Dec 2010   #1

[SOLVED] Strange problem with Ansys 12.1 on Windows 7!


I have a Windows 7 Enterprise joined to the domain in a LAB. I have installed Ansys (simulator software for Engineering) using my administrator credentials. All is fine. However when normal users login the Ansys folder dissapears and you cannot do anything however the actualy ANSYS folder is under C:\.
And when I try to login with my admin credentials the folder appears and the software runs smoothly! Any ideas why? I have added the USERS and Everyone to the permission folder of Ansys and nothing happened still the folder under Start-Menu-Programs does not show. Please help!

Note** The same software is working without any problem on Vista.**



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22 Dec 2010   #2


Solved** Mr. Ansys does not like to get installed thru admin domain user.. however you need to be "Administrator" to install it. I reinstalled using Administrator and it worked like a charm every user can see Ansys folder. Thanks all!
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